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    Batman Forever

    Batman Forever is a film about the superhero theme. In the film, Batman clashed with Two-Face and Mark Quiz (a brilliant but mad scientist because of inventor: reading other thoughts which was self-invented), with the help of an young acrobat, who lose his family due to the harm of Two-Face and a beautiful female psychiatrist.
    Duration: 121 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 1995
    IMDb: 5.4
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  • Actors of "Batman Forever"

  • Characters of "Batman Forever"

    Batman. Character of Batman Forever
    Played by: Val Kilmer
    Two-Face. Character of Batman Forever
    Edward Nigma. Character of Batman Forever
    Played by: Jim Carrey
    Dr. Chase Meridian. Character of Batman Forever
    Played by: Nicole Kidman
    Robin. Character of Batman Forever
    Alfred Pennyworth. Character of Batman Forever
    Played by: Michael Gough
    James Gordon. Character of Batman Forever
    Played by: Pat Hingle
    Sugar. Character of Batman Forever
    Played by: Drew Barrymore
    Spice. Character of Batman Forever
    Played by: Debi Mazar
    Gossip Gerty. Character of Batman Forever
    Dr. Burton. Character of Batman Forever
    Bank Guard. Character of Batman Forever
    Played by: Joe Grifasi
    Male Newscaster. Character of Batman Forever
    Played by: Philip Moon
    Female Newscaster. Character of Batman Forever
    Played by: Jessica Tuck
    Sal Maroni. Character of Batman Forever
    Bruce Wayne. Character of Batman Forever
    Played by: Ramsey Ellis
    Thomas Wayne. Character of Batman Forever
    Martha Wayne. Character of Batman Forever
    Played by: Eileen Seeley
    Jack Napier. Character of Batman Forever
    Mary Grayson. Character of Batman Forever
    John Grayson. Character of Batman Forever
    Played by: Larry A. Lee
    The Mayor. Character of Batman Forever
    Played by: George Wallace
    Harvey's Thug. Character of Batman Forever
  • Directors of "Batman Forever"

    Joel Schumacher. Director of Batman Forever
    Joel Schumacher
    Birthdate: 29 August 1939, New York City, New York, USA
  • Creators of "Batman Forever"

    Bob Kane. Director of Batman Forever
    Bob Kane
    Birthdate: 24 October 1915, New York City, New York, USA
    Lee Batchler. Director of Batman Forever
    Lee Batchler
    Birthdate: 22 November 1950, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Batman Forever"

    Entertainment Weekly
    July 06, 2010

    By now, Jim Carrey is doing sarcastic takes on his own sarcasm, and there's something funny and a little scary in that.

    Chicago Reader
    April 16, 2007

    Joel Schumacher submits to the Wagnerian bombast with an overly busy surface, and the script by Lee and Janet Scott Batchler and Akiva Goldsman basically runs through the formula as if it's a checklist.

    April 16, 2007

    As for Kilmer, he gamely steps into the dual Batman/Wayne role but can't get much traction, finding, as Michael Keaton had, that beyond a stern jaw there's not much to be done with it, since the suit does most of the work.

    Time Out
    January 26, 2006

    The second sequel to Tim Burton's 1989 blockbuster makes its predecessors appear models of subtlety and coherence.

    New York Times
    May 20, 2003

    The film recovers from that initial confusion to get stronger as it goes along, and to shape up as a free-form playground for its various masquerading stars.

    Rolling Stone
    May 12, 2001

    Batman Forever is in and out but wins in the end by staying true to its unbridled comic spirit.

    Creative Loafing
    October 04, 2012

    As for Two-Face, my favorite Batman baddie on the printed page, Tommy Lee Jones makes a complete mockery of the character with a broad performance that's difficult to stomach.

    Antagony & Ecstasy
    July 19, 2012

    The gulf between the dark universe Burton's film set up and the tremendously silly camp world that [Batman Forever was] hunting for was too great to hybridise the two.

    Cinema Crazed
    July 03, 2012

    Batman is transformed in to Flesh Gordon with a phallic bat mobile, Bat nipples and sexual chemistry with his young ward...

    Common Sense Media
    January 01, 2011

    A flashy movie that's more like a video game.

    August 10, 2010

    Under Joel Schumacher's helm, this third chapter is disappointing--despite a new Batman (the vain Val Kilmer), new femme, new villains and characters, new costumes and even new Batmobile.

    July 16, 2010

    Die-hard Batman fans will be even more disappointed with this than they were with Burton's version.

  • Soundtracks of "Batman Forever"

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